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Wolves Hunt at Night (1952)

Les loups chassent la nuit (original title)
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Jean-Pierre Aumont ... Cyril - un séduisant agent secret
Carla Del Poggio ... Catherine - une chanteuse de cabaret
Fernand Ledoux ... Thomas Mollert - un membre du Deuxième Bureau
Marcel Herrand ... Pedro - le directeur du cabaret
John Kitzmiller ... Le domestique noir de Miguel
Roldano Lupi ... Miguel - un faux marchand de tableaux, chef du réseau d'espionnage
Nicolas Vogel Nicolas Vogel ... Jim - le chauffeur de Mollert (as Nic Vogel)
Attilio Dottesio ... Baum alias Horner - un espion
Gianni Rizzo ... Le commissaire italien
Sophie Sel Sophie Sel ... Une employée de l'hôtel
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French visa # 11755. See more »

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Le Bonheur
Music by Joseph Kosma
Lyrics by Marc Lanjean
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The wolves are mewing.
18 July 2007 | by dbdumonteilSee all my reviews

That was Bernard Borderie's first movie ,well before the Angelique saga which was one of the biggest blockbusters of the FRench sixties.

A spy thriller,it bears a distant resemblance to Hitchcock's "Notorious" (1946).The director seems more interested in the relationship between the secret agent and the chanteuse of the nightclub whose boss is an "enemy" than in the list of names of spies the hero must grab.Jean-Pierre Aumont was one of the most famous romantic young leads of the French thirties ("Le Lac aux Dames" ,"Hôtel Du Nord", "L'Equipage" )and he shows that he can age gracefully.He plays opposite Carla Del Pioggo,a beautiful actress who would remain virtually unknown in France.Supporting cast includes Fernand Ledoux ,who is very good at mewing!


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6 February 1952 (France) See more »

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A Rapariga de Trieste See more »

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1.37 : 1
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